Ronald E. Brahler

Born: 04/14/1946 Passed:

Ronald E. Brahler 74, of Louisville passed away on Monday August 3, 2020 with his loving wife of 48 years at his side. He was born April 14th, 1946 to the late Marvin and Nora Brahler. Ron graduated from Marlington High School and Kent State University with a BS/MS in education, retiring from teaching math after 32 years.

He was a true family man to his wife, children and grandchildren and loved spending time with them. He was an active member of St. Louis Church, a member of Monsignor Graham Forth Degree Knights of Columbus, and a member of the Louisville Eagles. Ron was an avid golfer and bowler having achieved a hole in one and a 300 game, but his strongest quality was his devotion and love for his wife and family.

He is survived by his loving wife, Linda (Schmucker); children, Tina (Jim) Haren and Todd (Megan) Brahler; grandchildren, Brooke, Bryce, Todd, Grace and Zachary; brothers, Robert (Jane) and Thomas (Lynn); sister, Judy Mani and many supportive sisters and brothers-in-law.

The family would like to thank the staff at Allay Memory Care and Crossroads Hospice for all the wonderful care Ron received during the past 2 years.

There will not be any calling hours. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday, August 7th at 11:00 am in St. Louis Church in Louisville with Father Robert Miller officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Louis Church Louisville, Ohio or Crossroads Hospice 3743 Boettler Oaks Dr. Suite E, Uniontown, Ohio 44685.  Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at

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9 Tributes to Ronald E. Brahler

  1. Anonymous says:

    Heaven got an amazing man last night. Love you dad & poppy!

  2. Diane Courtney says:

    Linda and family, My thoughts and prayers are with you all!

  3. Fr. Ken Miller says:

    My deepest sympathy to Linda and her family. I remember Ron as a wonderful parishioner at St. Louis and as an active member of the K of C. Be assured of my prayers as you mourn his passing.
    Fr. Ken Miller
    Former Pastor
    St. Louis Church

  4. Dale and Sherrie Ackerman says:

    Linda and family. Dale and I are truly sorry for your loss. Ron was a kind and gentle man. His love for his faith was contagious. He is now at peace with His God.

  5. Mike and Linda Wardle says:

    Linda, Todd, Tina, and the whole Brahler family,

    We are very sorry for your loss of Ron. It pains me to say that due to the current Covid-19 Pandemic, Linda and I cannot attend Ron’s funeral services in person to express our condolences, but we will be with you in spirit. May God bless you and your families at this time of need.

    With greatest sympathies.

    Mike and Linda Wardle.

    • Jean and John Gearhart says:

      Our deepest sympathies to Linda and family. May he Rest In Peace! Comforting prayers to you all.

  6. Audra Terrell says:

    My deepest condolences to Linda and family. Ron was next door to my mother at Allay, and it was always a pleasure to see Linda when I would visit my mother. Linda’s deep love and committment to Ron did not falter. He was dearly loved and cared for.

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